Session 2: Implementing Replication

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Presented by: Robert Davis Running Time: 62 min Implementing replication is a lot easier than it seems when you plan for it properly. We look at how to implement different forms of replication and how to deal with common pitfalls. This session also covers alternative forms of initialization, which add complexity but solve some big problems that you might come across when working with replication.

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This session will introduce you to the different forms of replication and explain when and how to use each one. Each replication topology fits certain scenarios and sometimes the right one is obvious. Sometimes, it’s less than obvious and this is where really understanding replication will help you follow the right path.

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